Sarah Thomas’s Net Worth is around $200,000 (USD).
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Sarah Thomas will set a higher standard in all aspects of football officiating. Before being named the NFL’s first female official in 2015, she became the first woman to officiate in a major college football game and a college bowl game. Furthermore, her husband, Brain Thomas, is a former NFL player. She and her husband have three children together.
Sarah Thomas’s Net Worth
Sarah Thomas’s net worth is believed to be $200,000 (USD). The upcoming Super Bowl LV game in Tampa, Florida will be officiated by an NFL referee.
Birth, Age & Nationality
Sarah Thomas’s exact birth date is unknown. She is most likely in her forties. She is of mixed race and holds American citizenship.
Facts of Sarah Thomas
|Real Name||Sarah Thomas|
|Famous As||Sports Person|
|Height||approx. 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)|
|Weight||approx. 55 Kg (121 lbs)|
|Body Measurements||approx. 34-26-39 inches|
|Bra Cup Size||34 C|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Shoe Size||5 (US)|
|Net Worth||approx. $200,000 (USD)|
Sarah Thomas: Single or Married?
In the year 2000, Sarah Thomas married her husband, Brian Thomas. Brady, Bailey, and Bridley Thomas, the couple’s three children, are all blessed with each other.
The couple has been together for more than two decades.
Height, Weight & Body Measurement
Sarah Thomas’s is 5 feet and 5 inches tall, or 1.65 meters or 165 centimeters. She is around 55 kg (121 lbs) in weight.
She has blonde hair and stunning dark brown eyes. 34-26-39 inches is her body measurement. She wears a 34 C bra cup size.
Quick Facts of Sarah Thomas
- Sarah Thomas isn’t on any of the social media sites.
- One of her favorite colors is white.
- Sarah Bailey was born in the state of Mississippi in the United States.
- Sarah Thomas becomes the first female on-field official in a playoff game in the NFL.